Now on Sequart.org: my article on Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s Thor. God is Dead, Long Live God: On Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s Thor | Sequart Research & Literacy Organization.
A little something I wrote about Dylan Dog — the comic that got me hooked on comics. Dylan Dog: Of Death, Of Love | Sequart Research & Literacy Organization.
Originally posted on a simple story of a man and his rug:
I suppose it would have been easier to just provide a link. But the article’s just too good.…
The first issue of Fraction/Aja/Hollingsworth’s Hawkeye nicely sets up the way in which this series works on slowing down narrative time through multiplication of gutters and through the domestic nature […]
The first page of the first issue of Hawkeye suggests action in the typical superhero vein. Boom-Smash-Whack! But the first page after the credits starts the narrative’s slowing down in […]
In his prolific career, the Yugoslavian philosopher Slavoj Žižek has often revisited Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979) – the sort-of-sequel to Prometheus (2012) – as a way to describe what he, […]